We asked Janni, one of our talented English freelancers, to tell us more about what it is like to work for Wordapp.
How did you discover WordApp?
I’ve been working as a professional writer for many years, and I was between projects back when I first discovered WordApp. It was a friend who mentioned it to me, and she explained the concept and how the platform worked, which intrigued me right away! If there is one thing my career as a content writer has taught me, it is the importance of finding jobs that motivate you, but also jobs you can depend on to pay promptly when agreed upon. I decided to give the platform a chance by joining, and I never really looked back.
What do you think is the best thing about WordApp?
The level of organization that has gone into WA is what I enjoy the most, and it is easy to see what is expected of you as a writer, and what you can expect in return. While I joined with plenty of writing experience, it is also built to suit those who are new to content writing. WordApp is a concept that rewards hard work and commitment, and where you get the chance to choose how much you are able and willing to work.
How has WordApp helped you advance your career?
Before joining WordApp, the one thing I felt I lacked was stability and structure, as many of my previous clients were very unstructured and unsure of what they actually wanted and needed from me. With WordApp, everything is very straight-forward, thought-through, transparent and easy to get the hang of, and that makes my job so much easier as well as a lot more enjoyable. The structure provided has also helped me improve when it comes to how I set up and structure my own work routines.
What’s the best part about working with WordApp?
Working with WA never gets boring, as there is a constant flow of new texts needing to be written, and they vary greatly in required tone and subject. You get the opportunity to learn on the job and to challenge yourself as a writer, and for me personally, that’s all I can really ask for.
Is there anything you think WA can improve on?
There is always room for improvement, but when it comes to WordApp, you can tell how much work has gone into creating a platform that welcomes and embraces different writers, writing styles, experience levels and much more. It is easy to adapt WA to your own needs, and to use it to help you grow as a writer. Interestingly, I can’t really think of anything I would improve at this point!
What do you think about the community at WordApp?
This is another thing that has WA standing out among all my previous writing jobs, and it is the sense of community! You feel like you are working together with everyone to reach a common goal, and this is something I find very motivating. You get to be part of something bigger than yourself, and everyone has been very supportive so far.
Tell us about your favorite job at WordApp
If I could pick just one, I would, but you get to do so many different things at WA that it’s hard to single out only one job as your favorite. One thing I’ve learned here is the importance of finding something that interests you about every single subject you’re assigned to write about, because when you do, you start learning, and that is a great foundation for a well-written article.
I wrote a few articles about firewood a couple of months back, and I am still surprised by how much I enjoyed learning about a subject I had no previous knowledge of (or interest in). Just be open minded and any job has the potential of becoming a favorite.